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  • Studio Sessions Vol.8

    Nick Wiley est. March 2012 Nick Wiley – the bearded Texan.  Where to begin… Nick was the very first person hired at i/A after the company was founded.  His wit, kind eyes, and home-grown face scarf have been an essential part of our operation from the beginning.  And while his temperament is not typically as […]
  • black spectacles

    If you’re studying for the ARE (an Architect’s official licensing exam), then first and foremost – I’m sorry. Secondly, if you haven’t heard of Black Spectacles then you need to get familiar because it’s definitely a help in navigating the rigors of registration. ‘Black Specs’ is an online resource that contains hundreds of hours of video […]
  • Studio Sessions Vol.7

    Adam Gillett est. January 2013 How would one describe Adam?  Well, it’s really difficult – and that’s why we’re going to let him describe himself!  Adam has now been with i/A for FIVE years… and to be perfectly honest – he has become an enormous asset to everyone on the team.  Between his seemingly limitless […]
  • Studio Sessions Vol.6

    Carissa Nolasco est. January 2013 Listen. I can’t over state this. Carissa is essential.  She is at once the glue and the WD40 that keeps i/A together and squeak-free.  More than just a receptionist, an accountant, or an office manager, she’s probably best described as the conductor of our daily operational orchestra.  We’re a big group […]
  • all aboard

    Seriously. SERIOUSLY. This project has to be one of our favorites – not because of groundbreaking design, high tech bells and whistles, or massive budgets with which to play – but because of its simplicity, its focus on clean details, bright colors, and the overall transformation that occurred to a drab old building on the […]
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